Interactive television - TV with which users can interact, primarily through new digital connections such as digital cable or satellite.
Interactive television, allowing you to interact with content provided through your television set.
Interactive Television is TV with interactive content and enhancements. It provides richer entertainment, interaction and more information pertaining to the shows, props and people involved in its creation. In a sense, it combines Traditional TV viewing with the interactivity enjoyed by those communicating through a network, such as the Internet
Interactive TV Data services provided via digital television broadcasting. Also know as "the red button".
Independent Television The UK\'s first commercial television network.
Independent Television - Comprises 14 stations covering 13 transmission areas ( London = Carlton / LWT combined)
Interactive TeleVision. Teaching and learning that are accomplished in two different locations, at the same time, with interactive television as the medium. What we do now to support the remote campuses in Glasgow, Fort Knox, and Elizabethtown.
Abbreviation for "instructional television." Courses or instruction are delivered via television. In passive ITV, courses are produced and distributed by videotape or through broadcast, cable, or satellite modes. In interactive ITV, learners and instructor may interact in various configurations. See also "interactive television." IT Abbreviation for "just in time." In education, just-in-time instruction is available at the time a learner needs it in order to perform a task, rather than only at the time a provider wants to make it available.
Generic acronym for instructional television.
Interactive Television Trial in Cambridge, England
ITV (Independent Television) is the name popularly given to the original network of British commercial television broadcasters, set up under the Independent Television Authority (ITA) to provide competition to the BBC. ITV is the oldest and most popular commercial television offering in the UK.
TV is a television station in Thailand, owned by ITV Public Company Limited (SET:ITV), a unit of Shin Corporation. The station was started in 1995 when the company was granted a 30-year concession by the Office of the Permanent Secretary to the Prime Minister's Office to operate a free-to-air television station in the Ultra High Frequency (UHF) spectrum at 510-790 MHz. It is Thailand's first and only UHF channel.